32 Facts About Isaac Mizrahi


Isaac Mizrahi was born on October 14,1961 and is an American fashion designer, actor, singer, television presenter and chief designer of the Isaac Mizrahi brand for Xcel Brands.


Isaac Mizrahi was born in Brooklyn, the son of Sarah, and Zeke Isaac Mizrahi, who was a children's clothing manufacturer.


Isaac Mizrahi grew up as the youngest boy of his family in Midwood.


Isaac Mizrahi bought his first sewing machine at the age of ten with money he had saved from babysitting that summer.


Isaac Mizrahi presented his first collection in 1987 at a trunk show held by New York department store Bergdorf Goodman.


Isaac Mizrahi expressed his interest in appealing to a refined and exclusive clientele.


The line was discontinued in 2008 as Isaac Mizrahi left for Liz Claiborne.

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Isaac Mizrahi remained a shareholder, creative director, and media personality for his namesake brand under Xcel.


Isaac Mizrahi has made appearances in numerous television shows and movies since the 1990s.


In Fall 2005, the Isaac Mizrahi show debuted on Style Network.


Isaac Mizrahi previously had a show on the Oxygen network.


Isaac Mizrahi guest starred on the American dramedy series Ugly Betty, in which he played a reporter for the cable channel Fashion TV in the episode "Lose the Boss".


Isaac Mizrahi appeared as himself in The Apprentice season 1 as one of the celebrities supporting an auction for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.


Isaac Mizrahi appeared on the public radio game show Wait Wait.


Isaac Mizrahi appeared in a Season 4 episode of Gossip Girl.


Isaac Mizrahi has stated that he sees himself as an entertainer who can sing and act.


Isaac Mizrahi has acted in films, appearing in Woody Allen's Small Time Crooks, Hollywood Ending and Celebrity.


In 2006, Isaac Mizrahi designed pro bono the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the National Portrait Gallery's conservators' denim work aprons.


In 2009, Isaac Mizrahi began co-hosting the first season of The Fashion Show on Bravo with singer Kelly Rowland.


Isaac Mizrahi returned as co-host in November 2010 for the show's second season, opposite a close friend and colleague, supermodel Iman, who previously hosted the Canadian version of Project Runway.


In 2012, Isaac Mizrahi participated in the debut season of Project Runway: All Stars as a head judge, alongside Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman, which aired on the Lifetime TV Network.


In February 2012, Isaac Mizrahi served as red carpet correspondent for Live with Kelly during the 84th Annual Academy Awards.


Isaac Mizrahi has worked as the costume designer for three Broadway revivals, including two plays, and one operetta.


Isaac Mizrahi was the costume designer for the Metropolitan Opera production of Orfeo ed Euridice, directed by Mark Morris.


Isaac Mizrahi has been a longtime collaborator with Morris in a partnership dating from 1997, when Isaac Mizrahi created costumes for a Morris film project with Yo-Yo Ma, Falling Down Stairs, from Ma's Inspired By Bach series.

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Isaac Mizrahi married his partner of six years, Arnold Germer, in a civil ceremony in New York City Hall on November 30,2011.


Isaac Mizrahi appears briefly in the film Men in Black as one of the "celebrity aliens" granted asylum on Earth.


Isaac Mizrahi appeared on Gossip Girl as himself.


Isaac Mizrahi is seen at a party talking to Lily van der Woodsen.


Isaac Mizrahi appeared in the fourth and final season of The Big C as himself.


Isaac Mizrahi appeared on the QVC Shopping Channel in 2015 and proclaimed that Earth's Moon was in fact a planet.


Isaac Mizrahi's co-host at the time, Shawn Killinger, vehemently denied this assertion and proclaimed that "the Moon is a star".